Downstairs from Bongo Bar, this disco is where to go to grind the night away.
Near the passenger pier, this bustling cafeteria is a handy spot for a quick bite (set lunches $4.50).
With its warm, nautically inspired decor and gregarious Sicilian owner, this upscale Italian bistro is popular with groups on break from boat buffets. A number of excellent pizzas and pastas are served and if you ju…
Good tunes, cool breezes and tasty Ecuadorian and international dishes (chicken curry, grilled seafood platters, fish in coconut sauce) draw a lively crowd most nights. It's pricey but casual, with open sides and a …
Owing to its location at the busiest intersection in town, lively Hernan Café often packs a crowd, and serves up decent (if unmemorable) pasta, pizza, fish and meat dishes.
Familiar William’s stands out for its delicious encocados (fish, shrimp or lobster in a savory coconut sauce).
This picturesque open-air spot perched over the water serves tasty fish and lobster, pizzas and bistro fare. It's attached to Angermeyer Point Hotel; to get there, take a water taxi from the pier.
A casual street-side restaurant that serves ceviche and other seafood dishes, including lobster omelet ($16).
This boho cafe with a few indoor and outdoor patio tables serves excellent breakfasts, sandwiches, empanadas and salads, as well as homemade cakes, fruit drinks and brewed coffee.